Detroit Red Wings Betting Stats

Detroit Red Wings Betting stats
Detroit Red Wings

The Detroit Red Wings are the most successful American team in NHL history, with 11 Stanley Cups and six Presidents’ Trophies, as the team with the best regular season record (an NHL record as of 2022.) We can credit the Red Wings’ management for being able to develop this team by finding players who exceed expectations as they filled with the Red Wings’ team stats.

Throughout its history, the Red Wings’ brass managed the team to its fullest and Detroit became a model of excellence across pro sports. Hence, fans can find the Red Wings as a bettable team on the sportsbook’s NHL odds, even if they have not been as elite as their older versions.

General Information

Eastern

Atlantic

Little Caesars Arena

Detroit, Michigan

Championships

  • 11x Stanley Cups
  • 6x Conference Championships
  • 6x Presidents’ Trophy
  • 19x Division Championships
  • 9x Hart Memorial Trophy
  • 7x Art Ross Trophy
  • 2x Ted Lindsay Award
  • 5x Conn Smythe Trophy
  • 7x Frank J. Selke Trophy
  • 5x Vezina Trophy
  • 9x James Norris Memorial Trophy
  • 6x Calder Memorial Trophy
  • 4x Jack Adams Award
  • 14x Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

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Detroit Red Wings Stats & History

Detroit joined the NHL in 1926 as the Detroit Cougars. The “Red Wings” name would not be adapted until 1932. The team would reach their first Stanley Cup Final during the 1933-34 season, then they would go on to win their first during the 1935-36 season. Jack Adams, who joined the team as coach during the 1927-28 season, would be one of the first faces of the franchise.

Adams would step down as coach in 1946 but would remain the team’s general manager until 1963. It was also this year when the great Gordie Howe first joined the franchise. Howe, who would go on to become the NHL’s leading scorer (until Wayne Gretzky passed him), would be the cornerstone for the Red Wings’ dynasty.

In 25 seasons with Detroit, Howe would lead the Red Wings to four Stanley Cups while winning the Hart Memorial Trophy as the league’s most valuable player six times. Detroit would be the class of the NHL from the 1950s to the mid-60s. Howe would be helped by his linemates Sid Abel and Ted Lindsay to form the iconic “Production Line,” while Terry Sawchuk dominated in goal.

However, Howe’s final years in Detroit would be played under the “Dead Wings” era, when Detroit became a losing team for at least 15 seasons. It wasn’t until Steve Yzerman came to town that the Red Wings became relevant again.

Nicknamed “Stevie Y,” Yzerman would lead the Red Wings’ renaissance alongside European greats like Nicklas Lidstrom, and the “Russian Five” led by Sergei Fedorov. Yzerman would feature as a leader in Detroit Red Wings team stats and would help end the Red Wings’ 42-year Stanley Cup drought in 1997. Detroit would win three Cups with him serving as captain.

Detroit would remain one of the NHL’s best teams, with the likes of Lidstrom, Pavel Datsyuk, and Henrik Zetterberg leading the team. They would lead the Wings to another Stanley Cup victory in 2008. Since then, Detroit has undergone a rebuild, but with Yzerman at the helm, the Red Wings could soon be an elite team again.

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